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-Northwestern State rookie QB Zach Adkins never threw for less than 300 yards and threw for 500 yards or more three times. He only played in nine actual games, completed 64.4-percent of his passes and led the league with 3,599 yards and 58 touchdowns, against just four interceptions. The fact that Adkins joined the Coyotes and learned the Run ‘n’ Shoot offense in Week Two - after franchise quarterback Michael Karls suffered a devastating ankle injury – makes his success even more remarkable. In the process, Adkins set every Coyote single-season record en route to directing the league’s number-one offense (yards).
-Delta State defensive end David Williams only played in seven games, yet finished with a league-leading 31 tackles for loss, 29 tackles, and 9.5 sacks. The dominant line play and push of the 6-3, 305-pound Williams, a former member of the LA KISS, contributed heavily to the Coyotes other 51 sacks. The Coyotes defense surrendered the fewest points in the league.
University of Hawaii kicker Dan Kelly led the league in field goals, and hit the league-long from 45. He led the league with 27 of 32 extra points.